Owl Conversations with The Pharm.

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Call this a dim light drip effect in candle wax hip-hop. Pharm dwellers, Liquid and Lloyd inhale smoke from an hour glass and connect pen thoughts using a variety of water like throw backs over moody nocturnal beats.

All tracks produced by Liquid
except for track 6 and 10, produced by sKarm
All tracks mixed by sKarm
Cover Art by Jolo Salvador
Guest emcees on track 3: Six the Northstar, Flexx and Labjaxx of Flowtek
Rhymes by Liquid and LLoyd

Video Feature: Limits of Stability

Following our last feature on The Pharm, is the music video for their track ‘Limits of Stability’. Hope you enjoy this one! Peace!

Emcees: Lloyd and Liquid
Beat: Skarm
Shot and directed by Labjaxx
Edited by Ill Primitivo

Awaiting Urban Wilderness: The Pharmer’s Guide to Higher Ground drops SEPT 24, 2012!


What’s up people, day-dreamers, time-killers, idle earthworms, backpack bastards and subterranean hip-hop junkies from all over the world. Long time no post from us but only new ideas were born in that brief break and we’re back with something fresh for 2012. Something we’ve been monitoring heating up under the suburban cracks. ‘The Pharmer’s Guide to Higher Ground’ drops 110 hours from now, Sept 24, Monday. Beat habitats and pavement conversations headed your way. Below is an announcement from ‘The Pharm’ and a teaser available for download. Stay tuned with us at New Perspectives! New Material straight from the underground coming soon to headphones near you!!  The Pharm are MC’s Skarm, Liquid, Flexx and LLoyd. Wicked album art by Sloj. Peace!



Forces We Deliver

Knowin’ Iz Half Da Battle: Down Earf

In response to a previous post we had here, we’d like you to listen to the Down Earf EP and decide for yourself what you think of the album.  The EP is fast approaching its 15th year anniversary, and still nothing’s changed about the way I view it.  I first heard this album back in 2003, about the time the article came out; eight years later, I still listen to this album from time to time.  For those who haven’t heard this before, give it a listen; it’s a thirty minute journey that will surely make you want to keep on pressing repeat.